Creatine: Way More Than Just a Sports Enhancement Replay
Creatine is extremely important in the muscles because 90% of creatine is in skeletal muscle because it acts as a buffer for ATP supply.
However what you may not know is that its essential for our nervous system and gut and so incredibly important for our mental health, cognitive performance and gut function.
Here's some of the best bits we covered:
What is creatine?
How Creatine synthesis is dependent on methylation, glycine and arginine?
How Creatine can cut the demand for methylation almost in half?
How Creatine supplementation is a strategy to help with methylation problems?
Some people are non-responders to creatine – who are they?
The creatine kinase system – what is it and how does it work?
Creatine for sperm.
Creatine as a PH buffer.
Creatine to recycle ATP and improves mitochondrial bioenergetics.
Creatine's role in eyes, skin, hair etc.
How Creatine improves working memory and general intelligence.
How Creatine acts as a neuroprotectant in a variety of neurodegenerative disorders.
How can creatine be used for the treatment of depression?
Best form of creatine to take.
When to take creatine and dose.
Any side effects?